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this to dissipate no time soon. they do have of the metering lights on perry ed i will have more on this coming up. >> the clause are starting to break up that we are starting to see breaks of sunshine. there is some activity that is still outside. we also saw some light rain in ever greater morgan hill area. it just depends on where you are located. the showers are tapering off. satellite and radar does not show much on the back can perry ed it will be partly cloudy skies and the temperatures will be in the mid-50s. >> it is 7:35 a.m.. a vigil will be held tonight for the 13 year-old girl genelle conway-allan. the team was found dead and as fairfield park last week. police in fairfield are working with the authorities to investigate whether the case of the team that was murdered could be linked to another murder case from last year. the body of jessica funk haslam was discovered in apart in rows my nearly a year ago. 50 mi. away from the fairfield park. >> pleasant hill three men are wanted and the connection ave home invasion robbery. at the two victims stated that the suspect park their wide as
lost his job back in 2000 and a because he was a whistle blower perry ed dorner about the harm police officers and their families as revenge for what he says was his under firing from the lapd. he believed to be is believed te heavily armed, with as many as 30 weapons. >> stay with kron 4 as we follow the latest developments in the manhunt for christopher the dorner. we will have updates on our web site and our facebook and twitter feeds. >> of the fairfield teenager will be in court wednesday. he was arrested friday morning and he is being held without bail. investigators arrested 32 year-old anthony lamar jones and a fairfield apartment complex friday morning. he is accused of killing 13 year-old genelle conway-allen. the body of the middle school student was found in mr. phil park a week ago. if she was last seen alive in suisun city. police did not elaborate as to how jones is linked to the crime. >> friends and family held a memorial last night and memory of genelle. people including her classmates thought by to light candles, say a prayer and to remember the team. those who are
to texas governor rick perry told laura engram today the tea party isn't at fault for the losses racked up by republicans. let's listen to governor perry. >> i would suggest to you that people who try to moderate their views to win a particular vote, are going to be weaker and weaker as time goes. i think people want to see people they believe, people they trust, and people that are going to be consistent in their positions. so moderation from the standpoint of in pursuit of an electoral victory is a failure in my opinion. >> you know, every once in a while someone comes along in politics who doesn't know anything about politics. sparrow agnew would talk about people being soft on communism, unaware of the mccarthy period, 20 years of that talk getting you nothing but trouble. here's a guy that calls himself a texas conservative who has no memory or knowledge of it, apparently, be the history of modern conservatism. when he said moderation gets you in trouble listen to barry goldwater who cooked his party for years with this line back in '64. >> i will remind you that extremism in the defe
to be outside to enjoy a picnic. check out the north bay santa rosa may see some 70's perry ed they will start to spread as we head into the afternoon pripet the majority of the bay area will be in the mid to upper 60s. if you have plans for later on tonight it will still be pretty mild and the temperatures will be in the low 60's pre-empts temperatures are way above average and will not feel like the middle of february but like spring. seven days is the common number. turn your attention to the east bay we do have gorgeous weather ahead of us perry e >> . your kron 47 day round the bay highlights nice weather continuing into the weekend. we do have more on the web cloud cover perry ed there will be a chance of showers for early tuesday and tub wednesday. >> here is a look at your snow bomb reports. if you want to hit the power sierra has about 90 in. and north star has a base of 34 to 80 in.. squaw valley has a base of 90 in.. >> we are still monitoring a hot spot the drive time is about 18 minutes. we are continuing our or bridge check at 92 at a 12 minute drive time. though volume is buildi
. they people that wthe eighth pef the driver of the pickup truck that was struck by the bus perry ed he died just after 630 this morning perry ed state and federal officials are continuing to investigate the breaks of the bus as they try to figure out why the driver lost control of the two-lane highway near yucaipa and slammed into other vehicles. the bus was carrying 38 people from tijuana to big bear for a daylong snow trip. again, the death toll in that crash has now increased by one to a new total of eight people. >> we are also learning more about a truck crash. one person was killed this morning after a bakery truck was left dangling off the side of a highway overpass. the crash happened around 2:00 this morning in fort lauderdale, florida. off the truck went careening into a concrete wall. >> it took crews about 90 minutes to secure the truck and drag it back onto the road. the driver was rescued and taken to the hospital. a passenger was penned inside the truck and he died at the scene. >> new this morning, a powerful 8.0 magnitude earthquake sets off a t sunami killing at least five
the former secretary of defense william perry, i first met when he was the deputy secretary of defense, and he and mrs. perry came to korea where i was the c5j5 and i was assigned to escort them around. and i had a lot of those kinds of duties while i was assigned to korea. but it was the most pleasant experience i had and i say that honestly, to get to know these two people. and he then became our secretary of defense. and many of us that have served thought that he was one of the best secretary of defenses we've ever had. he's currently a senior fellow at the hoover institute and a freeman foley institute of international studies. he is the michael and barbara bavarian professor at stanford university and serves as co-director of the nuclear risk reduction initiative and preventive defense project. please help me welcome our speaker this morning, former secretary of defense william perry. (applause) >> what a pleasure it is to be aboard this symbol of america's millery power, the uss macon island. what a pleasure it is to be among the men and women of our armed forces and
in the shooting at perry hall high school on the first day of school. robert gladden pleads guilty to attempted murder and using a firearm in a crime of violence. mary bubala is in the newsroom. >> reporter: good afternoon. gladden is pleading guilty to shooting a mentally disabled classmate on the first day of school. he shot daniel borowy in side a crowded lunchroom last september. gladden pled guilty as part of a deal that will have him serve no more than 40 years in prison. he pled guilty to using a firearm. he is scheduled to be sentenced monday. gladden's attorney claimed the teen brought the loaded shotgun to school to inhim at the -- intimidate bullies and not shot anyone. >> we will have a live update later today during the newscast. >>> another story wjz is following, baltimore city police wrapped up a briefing on last week's training incident that has a recruit fighting for his life at shock trauma. the commissioner saying there was a breakdown in the system. wjz is on the story live at city police training headquarters. mike hellgr
all took part also well. >> texas governor rick perry is in the bay area hunting for california business. he is expected to try to woo away companies to his own state. we're live in san francisco with more. reporter: behind me is the greater bay area. this where is governor perry is going to be approaching local companies with promises of better business conditions in texas. because of recent california tax hikes, some experts believe he might have some takers. >> this is a portion of the radio ad that texas governor rick perry bought time for in california. >> building a business is tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. i have a message for california businesses. come check out texas. >> the ad is aimed at attracting ceaz's bill dollar companies to texas. this is not the governor's first trip to the golden state. he touts his state where there's no income tax, labor costs are cheaper and business regulation more lax. golden gate university marketing and consumer psychologist says the governor has a point. >> there's an opportunity worth big
:00 at the bayview opera house. >>> texas governor rick perry kicked off his campaign to steal business away from california today. he is already in the bay area hoping to lure companies to the lone star state. the five-day trip includes stops in silicon valley, san francisco and los angeles. last week perry put out tv ads across california touting the benefits of doing business in texas. >>> well, one business not buying it is godaddy.com. the arizona web hosting company now has a home here in california. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is live in sunnyvale, where they are just minutes away from cutting the ribbon on this new silicon valley location, elissa. >> reporter: hi, michelle. they are very happy to be here in sunnyvale. that ribbon-cutting happens at 12:30 where the mayor and ceo will speak. right now the company occupies more than 8,000 square feet of this building and has plans to expand. they say things are bigger in texas, but does that mean they're better? governor rick perry would certainly say so. he is in california trying to woo companie
. >>> the perry hall high school student accused of opening fire on his classmates takes a plea deal and avoids going to trial. 15-year-old robert gladden junior could spend 14 years in prison after pleaded guilty to attempted murder. and it is finally closure for perry haul students. >> reporter: robert gladden could be in prison until he is nearly 60 years old. >> i hope it's brought closure, a little bit of closure to what happened. >> reporter: he is responsible for the shooting at perry haul high school that severely injured daniel. >> the road is definitely not done. he's got a ways to go. >> reporter: gladden's trial was set to begin in baltimore county are, but he pled guilty to the adult charge of first- degree attempted murder. >> there could not have been a stronger case. >> reporter: investigators say he took one of his father's shotguns to school armed to kill. police say as they hauled gladden off to jail, he said can i get the death penalty, immaterialed to kill him, i want -- i wanted to kill him and i wanted to. and it's no surprise the stud
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. >>> texas governor rick perry is here in california trying to lure away businesses while' high-profile tech company is setting up shop in the silicon valley. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is down in sunnyvale where go daddy is about to open an office there. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the building is right behind me and as godaddy.com opens its first building here in the bay area, texas governor rick perry is going to be trying to lure california businesses to the lone star state. this follows an ad launched last week that says texas is wide open for business. >> building a business is tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. >> reporter: texas governor rick perry is in california and what he wants is for businesses to either set up branches in texas or move there altogether. he is doing this as californians face record high taxes. in texas, there's no income tax and more lean why aren't labor and environmental laws. california has also one of the highest unemployment rates in the country at
clear. that's traffic. michelle and frank, back to you. >> thank you. >>> texas governor rick perry is in california trying to lure away businesses while a high- profile tech company is setting up shop in silicon valley. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is in sunnyvale where go daddy is opening an office. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. this latest push follows n ad that was just released by texas officials trying to lure california businesses to texas. here's part of it. >> building a business is tough but i hear building a business in california is next to am possible. >> governor perry is in california trying to lure companies to set up shot in texas especially with record high taxes. some of his selling points include no income tax in texas and labor laws are more lenient. some bay area companies like facebook and ebay have already set up campuses there although their headquarters remain here in the bay area. perry will stop in san francisco, the silicon valley and los angeles. now, despite perry's efforts, governor brown
of you, tomorrow we're going to have the former secretary defense william perry speak. and the final speaker tomorrow will be the commander of north com, it will be the first time the northern command... >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome to day two of the senior leader seminar for san francisco fleet week 2012. we had a great day yesterday and we're going to have an even greater day today. we've got a number of people that i would like to bring up to welcome you all. while this senior leader seminar is going on, there's a number of other activities that are going on at the same time. and a very important activity is some training that's taking place on treasure island. it's training by the san francisco fire department and it's become a huge hit with the marines and the sailors that are able to get this training. with that, i'd like to have our police chief -- fire chief from san francisco, chief hayes white, come forth and talk to you about some of these events and the fire department's role. thank you. >> thank you, thank you very much. thank you, general. good morning, everyone. we
. sliding down the iq scale here to texas governor rick perry, he told laura ingraham that the tea party isn't at fault for the losses wracked up by republicans. let's listen to governor perry. >> i would suggest to you that people who try to moderate their views to win a particular vote are going to be weaker and weaker as time goes. i think people want to see people they believe, people they trust, and people that are going to be consistent in their positions. so moderation from the standpoint of in pursuit of electoral victory is a failure in my opinion. >> you know, every once in a wile somebody comes along in politics who doesn't know anything about politics. spiro agnew would talk about people being squishy soft on communism, unaware of the whole mccarthy period, 20 years of that kind of talk getting you in nothing but trouble. perry calls himself a texas conservative who has no memory or any knowledge of apparently the history of modern conservatism. when he said moderation gets you in trouble, well, let's listen to barry goldwater who cooked his party for years with this line back in
friend, perry hunter, sort of like a scientific-type guy. and perry hunter and my brother used to get in arguments about this whole apollo mission, as to whether or not humans could get to the moon. and i remember, one time, overhearing an argument between my brother dave and perry hunter. and perry hunter was claiming, "no way, no way a human being is gonna get in a rocket "and get to the moon and come back. "no way. it's all press. it's all a farce. it's all hollywood. they can't do that." and my brother says, "perry, how do you know they can't do that?" and perry said, "because i'm a marksman. "and i know what it is to take a riffle "and get 200 yards away from a target, and boom, "hit that target dead on. i know what that is. "and when you talk about going 240,000 miles away, "i don't care what kind of high tech they got, "they're not gonna aim that rocket properly. they're gonna miss." perry didn't understand at all how it happens. gang, they don't aim a rocket to the moon and fire and hope they aimed it right and it hits. that's not the way it happens. how does a rocket go to th
to a guy named matthew perry. >> the word fine does not begin to describe this man. abc's cecilia vega got the best assignment on earth. take a look. >> reporter: some say it was the absolute best ad of the super bowl. he is the new face -- well, okay, the new abs of calvin klein. and those abs are everywhere. >> this is the guy. >> reporter: he does have a name. he's 21-year-old matthew perry. i'm cecilia. nice to meet you. i barely recognized you blessed. not too long ago he was stocking milk in a grocery store. let's see. oh, my god. i mean, this is not photo shopped. after terry's mom entered his photo in a modeling contest, the rest, as they say -- >> i get a phone call from my agent saying the video you shot is going to be in the super bowl. i was speechless. >> reporter: speechless was hardly the reaction his family had when they and the rest of the country saw him shirtless on sunday. now terry's abs join the ranks of other abs of steel and give david beckham a run for his money. but it takes a lot of work to look this good. >> i like doing planks. once you get that burning feeling
might have the motto don't mess with texas but governor rick perry is not following the golden rule when it comes to the golden state. perry is trying to lure california companies to texas. on monday governor perry's economic development office began airing these radio ads in california. >> building a business is tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. this is texas governor rick perry, and i have a message for california businesses come check out texas. >> jennifer: yesterday california governor jerry brown tried to brush off the issue. >> it's not a serious story, guys. you take a little radio ad and all of you guys run like hot dogs to report it. it's not even a burp. it's barely a fart. >> jennifer: that's a line i have never heard from a governor before. but reporters who are covering the state's economy think it's an important story. one of them is "san francisco chronicle" political reporter joe garofoli, who has tracked the texas versus california job battle for years. welcome back. >> was at jerry brown's state of the
are safe. >> texas governor rick perry was in the bay area hunting for california business. he wants to lure companies to his own state. >> this is a portion of the radio ad that texas governor rick perry bought time for in california. >> building a business is tough but building a business in california is next to impossible. i have a message to california businesses, come check out texas. >> the ad is to attract companies to texas. this is not his first trip to this state. he says labor costs are cheaper and business regulations are more lax. a professor says the governor has a point. >> there is a opportunity, with big increases in taxes and cutbacks on services, i think the time is now. >> the governor is not taking his trip seriously. >> a lot of people that come here, they don't go back. who want to spend in 110 degree heat inside some kind of fueled air-conditioner. >> chevron is moving 800 jobs to houston. >> think every company is trying to weigh the costs which are nuclear california against the benefits which are also huge. >> the state will attract its share of businesses
welcome our speaker this morning, former secretary of defense william perry. (applause) >> what a pleasure it is to be aboard this symbol of america's millery power, the uss macon island. what a pleasure it is to be among the men and women of our armed forces and the men and women of the first responders of the san francisco bay area. fleet week for many years in san francisco was a somewhat [inaudible] affair and it has been transformed into this great coming together by the military and the first responders, the great coming together of our uniformed personnel and a great [speaker not understood] of san francisco. this amazing transformation in the last few years was due primarily to the vision and the dedication of three people, george and charlotte schultz and mike myers. i'd like to pause to thank all three of them for this work. (applause) >> and in april of 1996, my last year as secretary of defense, i met one morning intelligence briefing at 7 o'clock along with general charlie. the previous day general hughes had briefed us that the chinese military were to begin extensive militar
closings. >>> a plea deal in the case of the 15-year-old accused of opening fire at perry hall high school on the first day of school. >> the family is reacting. roosevelt leftwich joins us with the latest. >> robert gladden, jr. was facing 27 counts including nine counts of first-degree murder. prosecutors said he specifically planned to come to school to hurt people that day and one person's life was changed. the trial of robert gladden, jr. was supposed to start. he brought a shotgun to perry hall high school and opened fire on the first day of school. gladden's attorneys approached prosecutors. >> i think it's clear from the strength of the evidence. >> reporter: under the a-- arrangements, most of the charges were dropped. although it's up to the judge to decide they have recommended a sentence of life in prison. >> it's really clear, just the brazen nature of what he did. it's clear that he thought about this for a long time and he made the decision that he would cause misery on others before he took his own life. it's something that would factor in. >> reporter: after several weeks
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is better for business, texas governor rick perry sends out ads inviting businesses from the golden state to head down south because building a business in california is next to impossible, perry is also visiting th the golden state ths week, our next guest says he understands perry's flight. joining me now, republican assembly plan dan lowe, i have to ask you, we saw your piece, but how do you feel about rick perry coming into california, to steal your companies? >> well, it is not about rick perry. it is about why do we have the door open for every governor in the country to come to california to take businesses back to their state. colorado is opened up offices, arizona opened up offices, it is like, you know the low hanging fruit. if you want to build a business come to california, go back to nevada. rri: you know, we're seeing people with businesses leave, we're seeing wealthy people leave, because have you that incredible income tax now. why -- what is the point of staying, this is your state, can't you defend it? >> well, we would defend it but you defend it by fixing it. the busin
without bail. >> baltimore county teenager accused of opening fire at perry hall high school will be charged as an adult. robert gladden jr. was in court today. >> new details about the case. prosecutors offered robert gladden jr. a plea deal but he did not take it. he said he was sorry about the shooting. >> he tell the baltimore county court friday that taking a shot a gun to school and shooting one of his classmates was the dumbest decision he is ever made. the shooting took place on the first day of class is at perry hall high school in the cafeteria. in a special needs student was shot in the back. robert gladden jr. is charged as an adult but his defense team argued a case should be moved to the do not court system. he claimed he was trying to kill himself on a day of the shooting and that if he went to prison, it would be like a death sentence. he told the judge you are the only person i can give me that chance. they argued his actions were egregious. calling what happened a nightmare for all who were subjected to what he did. the defense attorney said robert gladden j
robert gladden jr. to keep the deal today, admitting to the shooting of a perry hall classmate of the first day of class as. we have more from the circuit court. this happened shortly before the jury selection started. >> jury selection was just about to get underway. we've been in court for a couple hours and it seemed like federal jurors were about to walk into the courtroom and that's when the extent the deal after he talked to his mother. when he fired a double barrel shotgun into a crowded cafeteria at perry hall high school, 15- year old robert gladden jr. said he was trying to make a statement that the world was messed up. his statement tuesday, his admission of guilt. >> it's not something anybody can be happy about. what has happened is there is going to be justice. >> he pleaded guilty to first- degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a crime. he admitted to firing a weapon on august 27, the first day of school. the shotgun blast a special need student in the back. his father says he is pleasantly surprised by what happened in court. nice if he said and me
. >> the baltimore county teenager who admitted to opening fire at perry hall high school is being sentenced. robert gladden jr. pleaded guilty to first-degree attempt at murder. he admitted to firing a shotgun inside the cafeteria, hitting special needs student daniel borowy and the back. he told the judge that taking a gun to school was "the dumbest and stupidest decision i made in my life." he was charged as an adult and faces 40 years in prison. lawmakers return to capitol hill today with just four days left to forge a compromise to avoid drastic budget cuts. tracie potts is in washington monitor what may happen. >> friday is the day if congress cannot find a better way to cut $85 billion from the budget that automatic cuts kick in. >> safety will not be compromised, but we will have to work with the airlines and is selling planes down. >> yesterday is harming our states and the national economy. >> president obama as reminding governors that is not the first fiscal crisis. >> all of you have helped to steer your states through the nation's toughest times, have had to make hard choices. >> white
inside the home of a special education student. >> we are at perry hall high school and we have a student shot. >> prosecutors wanted a life sentence. lighter sentence because of his age. daniel is recovered from the shooting, but his father says that he still has nightmares. a mediterranean diet could save your life. i conducted a five-year study comparing low-fat and mediterranean diets. they found that diets rich with olive oil or nuts lowers the risk of heart disease and stroke by 30%. how about the mediterranean type weather around. storm watch tonight. are makingnditions it tough for drivers to get around in the texas panhandle. this is what it was like today in amarillo. has calledck perry in the national guard. >> amazing. >> texas is a big area. they just come right down. a wild weather. 17 inches of snow now in amarillo. the blizzard is going to wichita and oklahoma. in the meantime, a beautiful, dutiful sky. nice high, thin clouds coming in. the morningarly in and commuting around washington, it will be rain around washington, it will probably not arrive until about noon time.
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>>> sentences day. >> robert gladden learns his fate for shooting a classmate inside perry hall high school. >> for how long he'll be in prison. >>> good afternoon. i'm don scott. >> i'm jessica kartalija. >> here's what people are talking about today. months after robert gladden opened fire inside perry hall high on the first day of school he's again facing a judge. wjz is live outside the courthouse. alex demetrick is there with the latest on today's sentencing hearing. alex. >> reporter: well , when robert gladden pled guilty to attempted murder the 15-year-old opened himself up to a possible 40 year prison sentence. >> gladden's lawyers already arguing many of the same points that failed to move the teen's trial to juvenile court. calling the shooting insanity at its finest, stupidity at its best and the act of a disturbed child. firing into the crowd in a cafeteria with a shotgun wounded 17-year-old daniel borowy whose mother took the witness stand and talked about how it effected her special needs son and family. >> reporter: she said she thought her son was going to die
for people but normally follow football are rooting against rate louis perry eray lewis. they stated today do not like the fact that he is wearing got on his sleeve.god on his sleeve. >> as long as any of us are from people will always find fault. this will be a great game perry \. baltimore's and defense is good perry e. balti's good. >> thank you very.gary. >> we are live in new orleans and waiting for a live report from will tran. we will be right back. >> and we are following the latest out of oakland. there is still an amber color in affect. the suspect in custody with oakland police department is being questioned, he tells police said there was never a child in the first place. police say that the amber alert will still remain in place for now. >> we are looking at the weather perry ed it looks beautiful from our mount cam. we're still dealing with some areas of fog mainly in the east bay. we are expecting plenty of sunshine. taking a look get the current conditions at this 33 during crees in santa rosa. it is upper 40's and san francisco. we will take a look gets to where the temperat
ban during a three day meeting that began saturdayesterday. on saturday ts governor rick perry, an eagle scout told reporters he thought the ban should stay. >> police are searching for two suspects they say who brutally attacked an elderly woman during a home invasion in san jose. you're looking at a sketch of one of the suspects. they said it all started last friday night with a 75 year-old woman out of this 2 men outside trying to break into her daughter's car. the woman opened all window and tried to scare away. that's when seat they blessed are repeatedly in the face and kicked her and the rebs. she suffered a fractured nose, two black eyes and other injuries. >> culture harbaugh was expected to speak more about the game at his 11:00 a.m. press conference. you can flip over at 11:00 this morning to count as channel 193. yesterday the fans were there for the niners. they were still celebrating and congratulating them on a battle that was lost but hard and well thought. jim harbaugh gave a thank you. >> (cheers & applause) >> bank you very much! it was a great run, thanks fo
is still out right now. they are just trying to get back on their feet. >> texas governor rick perry is visiting california and he hopes to bring back some business. the former republican presidential candidate starts meeting with business leaders today, trying to persuade them to move jobs to texas. he will visit the bay area, los angeles and orange county through wednesday. the trip follows a radio ad in which perry criticized california's business climate. perry has been touted as state's low taxes and lax regulations. here are some of the comments posted on the kron4 facebook page about perry's visit. david says just one more well-deserved mail and california's cough and well deserved to. anyone that thinks california's business family are, well not exactly business savvy and not exactly been sharpest tools and the shed. god bless texas. abbey's says silicon valley is the number one place to work and start a business for all the venture capitalist in the world! texas can't compete with the beautiful climate and scenic places that california has! santos says i prefer tax breaks fo
got real nasty. started with governor perry's radio ad kit seidenberging california's business climate and encouraging businesses to move to texas. >> building a business is tough but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. this is texas governor rick perry and i have a message for california businesses. check out texas. there are plenty of reasons it texas has been named the best state for doing business for 8 years running. visit texas wide open for business .com and see why our low taxes, sensible regulations and fair legal system are just the thing to orgeat your business moving to texas. >> greta: california governor jerry brown didn't like texas governor perry's ad and offered up choice words about it. >> $26,000 radio buy in the smallest entry into the media market of california and as a fellow who has been tens of millions of dollars of advertising should i liken it to when you stand by the ocean? no. it is nothing. >> greta: and that is not all governor brown had to say. gets crazier. saying the campaign is not a serious story and not a burp it is barel
to get in it. you cannot worry. >> did governor romney ever express to you -- >> rick perry got in late. there is someone else that would get in the race. you do not know who it will be. when rick perry got in, that this when we got -- >> did you know ssomeone else was going to run? on the republican side? >> you look at who is in the race and you prepare for that. >> like he was looking for a way to run? >> you could see there were some intellectual space. you could see him try to get there. >> did governor -- he was the only talking about other people getting in. i'm sure it did not make you guys very happy. you remember governor romney calling governor daniels, are you in or out? >> what matt said is true. we do not sit around at the headquarters. it never influenced our way of thinking in one way or another. >> within days of you guys announcing -- it was a couple of weeks before. explain the thinking behind why you felt the need to do when you did it. >> there was a lot of pressure internally in the party. whether or not the governor would change his position or what his position w
in texas, but does bigger necessarily mean better? texas governor rick perry has poked our state in the side running a 32nd radio ad telling businesses to move to texas for a better business climate. sam? >>> raj, good evening. two separate issues at hand. one is the added self-accurate and, number two, a better business climate. stretching the truth and here is a clip. >> there are plenty of reasons texas has been named the best state for doing business for eight years running. see why our low taxes are just the thing to get your business moving to texas. >> reporter: now where governor perry is taking liberties with facts. they were named the best state for business but the source chief executive's annual survey of ceos. some more widely regarded cnbc rankings went with texas in 2012 but they chose virginia in 2011. in fact, those two states have flip-flopped since cnbc began a study six years ago. then perry's claim of low taxes in texas. the nonpartisan tax foundation ranks the states with the best tax climate, they did come in ninth overall. but pulled up by higher than aver
. >> i'm in sacramento governor rick perry launched an effort to lure california businesses away to texas. wait until you hear what governor brown called that campaign. >> i'm in the accu-weather forecast center. clear sky tonight but showers not far away. i have the accu-weather forecast come up. >> president license to kill. has he gone too far in [ man ] it's big. supports in times of need. same with aladdin. the biggest in bail. no one has lower prices, is faster or more professional. aladdin bail bonds. bigger because we're better. >> new details tonight about the man who held a little boy captive in that upped ground bunker for nearly a week in alabama. fbi says he engaged in a fire fight with swat agents before he was killed during a rescue operation. it all also appears dykes reinforced the pwuchbinger against any entry by law enforcements. also placed 2 ied on the property. more tonight from mr. garrett. >> this also boy is now in his mother arms away from that upped ground bunker where he was held hospital stamping by a man with a gun and we learn tonight an improvised ex
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